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Cooking with Bwog: Breaking it Down Edition

Naturally, everyone thinks of the tropical drinks of the Caribbean and Hawaii, but for those of us without the benefit of home cooking meals or schwanky resort fare, Spring Break also means JUNK FOOD and lots of it! This week’s Cooking with Bwog is Matt Powell’s gourmet guide to Spring Break survival, in three indulgent […]

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Magazine Preview: BoBo Fête

We’ve all felt pangs of disappointment upon first entering Lerner Party Space–instead of the marble floors, shimmering candelabras, and comically large wire dress forms that we thought would come with our admissions letters, we are treated to a turn of the century science fiction film set.  To see to it that you are never again […]

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Eyepoke: Royale à la Mode

A fascinating, if one-sided, account of Columbia’s labor relations. You want to change the popular image of fraternities, you say?  Bwog suggests you stop the 3:00 AM screamfests. Fusion for fusion’s sake is sacrilege. Yes, people are still making mixtapes.  On CD’s. Even art students can study abroad.  But be warned: the Mona Lisa is […]

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PrezBo Pulls In The Big Names for World Leaders Forum

   Photo via It’s that time again!  The seventh annual Columbia University World Leaders Forum, brainchild of our own Lee C., is right around the corner.  This year, PrezBo “invites you to join him in welcoming” exciting people such as Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, the President (and former first lady) of Argentina, Martti Ahtisaari, […]

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Opulence Ahoy

Many undergrads will never have set foot in that peak of professor perks, the Faculty House. Under construction for the past year, the old space harbored cracked marble and un-airconditioned, dusty faux-Italian decor and no AC. But the new house is a sight to behold. Even if you don’t share our fascination with places you’re […]

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Dancing the Night Away

Tonight, the Big Apple Dance Sport Challenge gives new meaning to a Lerner dance party.  If you thought those were great, the Dance Sport Challenge will bowl you over.  Although the competition started early in the morning, there’s still plenty of dancing to be done.  Dance Sport officials informed Bwog that the competition is expected […]

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Apples and Oranges, and Reds

Local market Appletree has become quite the fancy establishment as of late! There’s a new, overpriced salad bar, and they’ve stopped renting VHS tapes. Plus, here’s this latest element of the Great Appletree Makeover: the store has a brand new facade, which is a rather becoming shade of royal red.  

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